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Caribbean and Latin American Destinations Make Waves at Seatrade Europe




FCCA - Florida-Caribbean Cruise AssociationStakeholders from the Caribbean and Latin America were in the middle of Europe’s meeting point for the cruise industry, benefitting from the record-breaking cruise line executive attendance along with the record-breaking initiative by Florida-Caribbean Cruise Association (FCCA) at Seatrade Europe, which resulted in the 14 Partners hosting more than 60 meetings and more than 35 top-level cruise executives visiting the FCCA’s highly trafficked pavilion for meetings and networking events.

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American Queen Steamboat Company Announces Partnerships to Secure and Protect the Mississippi River




American Queen Steamboat Company (Logo)Mississippi River Cities & Towns Initiative (MRCTI) Mayors along with officials from the U.S. Geological Survey, executives from American Queen Steamboat Company, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and the Maritime Administration launched the first private-carry nutrient sensor for the Mississippi River today (Sep.16) to help secure and protect the Mississippi River’s freshwater economy.

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Cunard Announces 2021 Voyages. Extended season in Japan, maiden calls in South Korea and Denmark, more Transatlantic Crossings




Queen Mary 2 is greeted by Queen Elizabeth (left) and Queen Victoria (right) as the Cunard flagship arrives into Southampton, England, on Friday 9 May 2014. Below, from the left: Queen Elizabeth, Queen Victoria and Queen Mary 2. (Courtesy Cunard Line)Cunard has announced its voyage program for the remainder of 2021, including an extended season in Japan and new voyages in Iceland, the Baltics, and North Cape. Cunard’s iconic ships – Queen Mary 2, Queen Elizabeth and Queen Victoria – will pamper travelers, offering an exquisite onboard experience as they visit remarkable cities around the globe.

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Hurricane Humberto Forces Cruise Ship Itinerary Changes (Update)



(5 a.m. EDT) — Carnival Cruise Line has rerouted two ships away from Bermuda due to Hurricane Humberto and Royal Caribbean will be leaving the island early Tuesday to avoid the Category-1 storm that is slowly making its way toward the island. (cruisecritic.co.uk)

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Princess Cruises Celebrates Float Out of Enchanted Princess




New Enchanted Princess Images Revealed, clockwise: Salty Dog Gastropub, Sabatini's Italian Trattoria, new Sky Suites and Princess Live! and CaféPrincess Cruises celebrated a significant construction milestone today with the recent float out of Enchanted Princess at its building dock at Fincantieri Shipyard in Monfalcone, Italy. A ceremony marked the occasion as the ship has now officially met the ocean for the first time.

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Princess Cruises Great Escapes Sale Offers Savings on Winter & Spring Cruises to Warm Weather Destinations



Princess Cruises (logo)Princess Cruises is offering special savings to bucket list destinations during the Great Escapes Sale on various cruises departing in winter through spring 2020. With fares starting at $89 per person, per day, now is the perfect time to plan a winter escape to sought-after, worldwide destinations.

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Majestic Princess Returns To Sydney Launching Record Australian Cruise Season



The Majestic PrincessAustralia’s summer cruise season has officially begun following the return of international megaliner Majestic Princess to Sydney this morning. The largest and newest ship in the Princess Cruises fleet, Majestic Princess’ return to Sydney also marks the beginning of Princess’ biggest ever Australian season which is set to inject upwards of $70 million into the New South Wales economy.

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Sea Changes: Carnival Cruise Corporation CEO Arnold Donald On Transformation



Carnival Corporation & plc  (logo)Just 18 months ago, it was all smooth sailing for Miami-based Carnival Corporation & plc. Its share price at a 10-year high, the $18.8 billion company was logging the highest profits of its 45-year history. But at a time when consumer-facing companies are just a bad quarter or two away from a stock drop, success stories can go sideways fast—even for a celebrated CEO like Arnold Donald. (chiefexecutive.net)

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